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Nintendo Wii rumored to get price cut?

04/12/2011, The Nintendo Wii has been around for a fair number of years already, and to date it has experienced just one official price cut. Good news for extremely late adopters who still do not own a WIi – from May 15th onwards, word on the street has it that...

Dragon Quest X sticking to the aging Wii

04/04/2011, With the 3DS is out in three major markets and slowly declining Wii sales, it would seem as if the next-generation (at least for Nintendo) is upon us. So where on Earth is Square Enix’s Dragon Quest X? Since its announcement in December 2008,...

Water-cooled Nintendo Wii – overkill or necessity?

04/04/2011, They say that necessity is the mother of all invention, but we really do question whether that is the case with this Nintendo Wii mod. First of all, everyone knows that among the three consoles (Wii, Xbox 360 and PS3) in this generation, the Wii is the...

Hacked SD Card Activity Monitor For Nintendo Wii

12/17/2010, It’s nice to know that folks with some hardware skills are capable of modifying their hardware to solve those irritating little problems. A user out there wanted to know when the SD card in his Nintendo Wii was being used and as such he decided to...

Nintendo will not cut Wii prices

11/01/2010, Nintendo is looking to stem their falling figure of Wii sales, but that does not include the option of dropping the price of its Wii cnosole. While that does not rule out cutting the Wii’s price opint currently, Nintendo President and CEO Satoru...

Disc-free Netflix Streaming Comes To The Nintendo Wii

10/18/2010, Wii owners who have a Netflix account should be happy to hear Nintendo and Netflix announce that US and Canadian subscribers will be able to download and install software directly to their gaming console to allow Instant Queue streaming, which is a big...

Shinobii Technologies roll out table tennis bat for Wii gamers

10/17/2010, You could say that out of all the home consoles to date, the Nintendo Wii has had its fair share of zany looking (and useless) add-on peripherals from third party manufacturers. Why increase the risk of breaking something in your home by swinging the...

LEGO Wiimote For The Nintendo Wii Actually Works

10/13/2010, LEGO fans will be overjoyed at the introduction of the LEGO Play & Build Remote for the Nintendo Wii. It’s due out later this week and will set you back $40. While it’s a LEGO-branded device, don’t expect to be able to build the...

W!! External Hard Drive Casing Looks Like A Nintendo Wii

10/12/2010, At a glance, you might think that it’s a Nintendo Wii, but in reality it’s a hard drive enclosure, humorously called the W!!. It supports a 2.5-inch SATA hard drive and offers a USB 2.0 connection that can connect to your PC or Mac....

Red Nintendo Wii To Celebrate Mario’s 25th

10/07/2010, Mario fans out there will be drooling as Nintendo will be releasing a bright red version of its Wii gaming console in conjunction with the plumber’s 25th birthday. The bundle will include the Wii, along with the new Wii Remote Plus peripheral that...

Nintendo Wii Remote Plus on its way

09/29/2010, Gaming giant Nintendo has announced that they are currently working on the Wii Remote Plus which will merge a Wii Remote with its Wii MotionPlus gyro add-on into a single peripheral. That’s pretty convenient for newcomers to the scene, since they...

Wii Paddle not as useless as other Wii peripherals

09/16/2010, Ever since Nintendo released the Wii Sports game with the console’s release, we have chanced across a bunch of ‘accessories’ (if you can call them that) which supposedly enhances your gaming experience, although we beg to differ since...

Doctor Who sonic screwdriver Wiimote on its way

09/07/2010, Are you a fan of Dr. Who? If your answer is in the affirmative and you love playing with your Nintendo Wii, then you will be pleased to know that the Doctor Who sonic screwdriver is coming your way, where they are actually a custom Wiimote as well as...